How to successfully your website....

Written by Nicholas Dixon

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(3) Link Popularity - With link popularity , your website will stand out more inrepparttar crowd.Almost every search engine especially Google use this as a part of their ranking system.The trick is to try to get quality links from similar sites to yours.Finding these websites may be difficult but well worthrepparttar 131816 effort.

(4) Mindset - This is IT , The big one !!.Withoutrepparttar 131817 proper mindset , all your marketing efforts will not amount to much.You have to deeply believe that there is someone bigger than you looking out for you.And you must believe in yourself and your ability to succeed.When you can do this,then you are onrepparttar 131818 road to success.

That's it !! These strategies have help me to marketrepparttar 131819 very first website I built to # 1 in several search engines.Apply them to your online marketing campaign today and see for yourself.

To your success and mine.....,


©2003 Nicholas Dixon

Nicholas Dixon is the Webmaster/CIO for the Oceanroc family of websites.A positive minded individual in his early twenties , Nicholas believes in striving to be the best of one's self in this world.His mission for you his readers , is for you to feel the same way about yourself.You can visit his online store at and subscribe to The Roc newsletter.

How To Write An Effective FAQ Page

Written by David Coyne

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After getting everyone’s comments, assemblerepparttar questions and group by category. For example, questions about how quickly you ship products would be under your “Shipping” category, etc.

Write your FAQ in a “Question & Answer” format.

Organizerepparttar 131813 questions in each category sorepparttar 131814 most important questions appear nearrepparttar 131815 top.

Create a “Table of Contents” atrepparttar 131816 top of your FAQ page and putrepparttar 131817 most asked questions here.

Hyperlink them so your customer just has to click to get torepparttar 131818 answer. Or hyperlink your categories atrepparttar 131819 top ofrepparttar 131820 page.

Here’s a few more tips:

-Keep your FAQ updated. Arerepparttar 131821 answers still relevant? Review monthly.

-Keep your questions and answers concise. No more than a paragraph. Ifrepparttar 131822 question requires a long, detailed answer, have a link to a separate webpage.

-Don’t create your FAQ as a file that a prospect has to download to read. Most people won’t bother, and they’ll leave your site frustrated.

-Include info and links atrepparttar 131823 bottom of each FAQ page so that a prospect can contact you if they still have unanswered questions.

David Coyne is a marketing consultant and online entrepreneur.

Visit his website and get the FREE e-book “Marketing Secrets Of The Ages.” You can sell this e-book to customers and keep 100% of the profits.

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